6433 N Figueroa St,
Los Angeles, CA 90042
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Average Base Cost: $35,000
Our average base cost for a Fig House wedding is calculated by figuring a 125-person guest list for a Saturday ceremony/reception using an average food/beverage cost of $160/pp as well as associated bartender fees for a 5-hour wedding with the Bronze bar package. Entertainment, flowers, additional furniture, decorations and rentals, transportation, valet, and photography are not included. Price is rounded up to the nearest thousand. Gratuity and sales tax is included.
*Prices subject to change
How it breaks down:
Facility Rental Fee: The venue rental fee at the Fig House is determined by the day of week and the number of guests. It breaks down as follows:
- 100 people or less: $4,500
- 101-150: $5,000
- 151-200: $5,500
- 201-250: $6,000
- 251-300: $6,500
- 301-350: $7,500
- 100 people or less: $5,500
- 101-150: $6,000
- 151-200: $6,500
- 201-250: $7,000
- 251-300: $7,500
- 301-350: $8,000
- 100 people or less: $7,500
- 101-150: $8,000
- 151-200: $8,500
- 201-250: $9,000
- 251-300: $9,500
- 301-350: $10,000
- 100 people or less: $6,000
- 101-150: $6,500
- 151-200: $7,000
- 201-250: $7,500
- 251-300: $8,000
- 301-350: $8,500
- Tables and chairs for up to 200 guests
- Heating and air
- Sound system for both indoor and outdoor use (Note that outside speakers are allowed before 10 p.m. as long as the noise level is at a minimum [think light jazz or classical]. All dance/amplified music must be inside.)
- Two security guards for the duration of the event as well as a bathroom attendant, and a site manager that is present during the entire rental period
The on-site properties include:
- A full bridal suite complete with tasting room, dressing room, and private bathroom
- A groomsman suite complete with patio and scotch bar
- The outdoor garden for outdoor ceremonies and/or dinners
- Built in bar
- 6 guest bathrooms
- Mix of art-deco and midcentury lounge furniture
Food and Beverage: You must use their in-house beverage provider, Pharmacie Events. For food, their preferred caterer is roomforty. However, you may bring in an outside caterer for a $2,000 buyout fee (but note that they will not be able to use the kitchen at the venue, which belongs to roomforty).
Pharmacie beverage packages range from $20/pp for beer/wine to $45/pp for premium liquor and 3 speciality or classic cocktails in addition to beer, wine and all the fixins’. Prices are based on a 5-hour event. Additional bartender fees apply (see their helpful brochure here.)
Space Type: Inside/Outside
Size: The Fig House can accommodate 250 guests for a seated dinner, and up to 350 guests for a standing cocktail party. The outdoor garden can accommodate 250 guests for an alfresco dinner.
Bridal Suite: Yes (as well as a Groom Suite. See above in the “What’s Included” section)
Parking: If you have more than 30 guests the venue requires you to work with their valet company, Jeffrey Valet, for an additional fee.
How Will Grandma Get There? The Fig House is located in the Highland Park neighborhood of Los Angeles, which is between downtown Los Angeles and Pasadena. There are some great hotels in Pasadena she might want to stay at (such as The Langham, which is 4 miles away), or downtown at the JW Marriott, which is 8 miles away from the venue (though in LA traffic, you can expect it to feel way longer. Sigh.).
Party On! You will have access to the venue from 12 p.m. until midnight, however the event must end by 11 p.m. (giving vendors an hour for cleanup).
Founded by hospitality impresario Steve Fortunato and designed/curated by HGTV design expert Emily Henderson (we love her!), the Fig House features a modern take on Art Deco design, with bold pops of color and wallpaper, as well as artisan, stained-glass windows and an outdoor garden designed by SALT.
Woman Getting Married Says:
When you first see this venue from the outside you don’t expect much, but inside it definitely feels transformed. It has a hip and almost industrial vibe, and has lots of cool design features that make it feel unique. Brides rave about the in-house caterer, roomforty, and their focus on healthy and organic food made from scratch. The bar pricing is great, and I also love that so many items are included in the venue rental (though some brides have commented on the comfort level of the chairs and wished they had cushions, so you’ll want to see if they are your style). The 11 p.m. curfew that is so common at LA venues is a bummer, but the fact that the venue lets you start your wedding anytime after 12 p.m. means you can get a lot of time for your money, so start early! I also think that the decor of the venue will save you a ton, considering you can go as minimal as you want with flowers or other design elements, and everything from a rustic to modern wedding theme will work here, too. If you’re looking for a non-traditional LA wedding venue, this is one you should definitely take a look at.